This isn’t specific to Diabetes, but rather Prescription Help.
RX Outreach is a website that you can get a 90 day supply of meds for either $20, $30 or $40 per prescription, (price depends upon the tier level of the med), no matter how many pills you take per day of that med.
When I was diagnosed with Diabetes I didn’t have insurance (still don’t) and this place was a God Send to me!! They don’t ask for an arm and a leg, nor your first borns and your gramma’s birth certificates either! You give your docs name, address and phone number, your name, address, phone number, SS#, and yearly income (don’t have to send in copies of tax forms!), a written prescription for each med you are ordering, for up to one year’s worth of refills(3) , and a check, money order or credit card # for the price of the meds you are ordering. No enrollment fees. Meds sent directly to your home, or other address you prefer to recieve your meds at [except P.O Boxes I think], so your home, your work place, your docs office, where ever. Quick service! My first order, I mailed in my form, prescription and check and had my meds at my door in about 10 days I think it was. Super friendly people to speak to when you call too!!
They’re income requirements are VERY reasonable!!
You =Income Less Than $25,525 a year
You + 1 =Income Less Than $34,225 a year
You + 2 =Income Less Than $42,925 a year
You + 3 =Income Less Than $51,625 a year
Add $8,700 for each additional person, per year
Refills are easy too, if you have a credit card, just call them, they take your number, and in about 4 - 7 days you’ll have your refills (longest mine ever took was 4 days!). They send you a reorder form with each package of meds you get, so you can mail it in as you did for the first batch.
All meds are generic. They don’t have EVERY generic med out there, but they have a pretty good assortment of commonly taken meds, and their list is growing all the time. No, they don’t have insulin.
Oh, and if you have medicare, medicaid, or any other health insuranace or benefits, no problem!! You’re still eligable!!! I HIGHLY reccomend them! They’ve saved me LOTS of money!!! The only reason I’m not currently using them, is Walmart came out with their $4 Prescription Meds Plan, andI can get the meds cheaper there. I’ll use RX Outreach in the blink of an eye, if I’m ever prescribed anything they have on their list, that I can get cheaper through them!